ON THE MEANING AND MEASURE OF UNCERTAINTY

@inproceedings{Shackle1952ONTM,
  title={ON THE MEANING AND MEASURE OF UNCERTAINTY},
  author={George L S Shackle},
  year={1952}
}
Summary§ 1. The additive procedure of numerical probability not applicable to assessment of the merit of a non-divisible non-seriable experiment. - § 2. The difficulties of supposing that courses of action are compared by considering amultiplicity of hypotheses about the outcome of each. - § 3. The essential equivalence of multiple hypotheses to two hypotheses in one class of cases. - § 4. The effective equivalence of multiple hypotheses to two hypotheses in other classes of cases. - § 5. The… CONTINUE READING

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